Also, he thinks that nothing good will happen until the Palestinians reconcile with themselves, and he talked about Hamas-Fatah rapprochement, again, as something in the realm of the possible.
But more later. I have to go and function as a working journalist, which means no blogging, because, of course, blogging isn't work.
UPDATE: The Vice-President for Humor-Eradication of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Bloggers has written to Goldblog protesting my assertion that "blogging isn't work," and further accusing me of having "contempt" for my fellow, full-time bloggers. What I meant to say, of course, is that "blogging isn't work because it's too much fun to be considered work. I hope this clarifcation soothes any hurt feelings experienced by my fellow bloggers, who, in any case, and to borrow a formulation originated by Andrew Sullivan, have only scar tissue where their hearts used to be on account of all the abuse hurled at members of our noble profession.
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